Construction

Construction Programme Management

NHS Property Services’ capital projects are designed to bring wide-ranging benefits for our customers and patients. From flagship schemes such as new hospitals and health centres to refurbishments and upgrades, we work with customers across England to provide improved and affordable healthcare locations, aligned to evolving clinical service and local health economy needs.

Capital projects fall into two main categories:

  • Landlord capital – These are typically small-scale projects to keep our buildings statutorily and lease compliant and in a good state of repair in line with our obligations as a landlord.
  • Customer capital – These are typically major multi-million pound projects, such as new buildings, extensions and major refurbishments, requested by our customers. Up-front funding is normally provided by NHS Property Services, but in some cases we work with third-party development partners.

This guide gives our customers an overview of how to access our capital funding for their projects – How to Access NHS Property Services Capital Funding

Case Studies

The company’s construction management team has the power to deliver significant transformation to the NHS estate.

The below case studies provide a valuable insight into our team, our process and the impact that our investment is having on the NHS and its patients.

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Location: Basingstoke, Hampshire
Type of project: New build GP Practice
Investment:
£2.7m
Contact: Catherine Webster, Senior Construction Manager 

Background

The development of a new medical facility at Park Prewett, Basingstoke started on 28 July 2016 and will complete in July 2017.

The new £2.7 million, two storey medical centre will be constructed by Brymor Construction Ltd and will provide modern, fit for purpose and sustainable accommodation to The Rooksdown Practice. The internal works consist of a new Pharmacy, new Doctors Surgery and a medical staff office area.

Delivery

April  2017Overall the project remains on target and the GP practice will become operational on Monday 22 May. The car park works complete later in mid-July as planned.

The external coloured render is nearly complete and the scaffolding has started to be taken down. Internally, mechanical and electrical work is nearing completion and the plastering is progressing well.

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Location: Crawley, West Sussex
Type of project:
Redesign and upgrade
Investment:
£9m
Contact: Stuart Douglas, Programme Manager

Background

NHS Property Services is working with partners to coordinate the re-design of Crawley Hospital, which includes the construction of two new clinical units.

The project is already underway and includes a £5m redesign of the existing Urgent Care Centre (UCC) within the ground floor of Crawley Hospital and £3m of work to the Sub-Acute Care Ward at the hospital. Crawley CCG has taken the lead commissioner role in delivering these projects in partnership with NHS Property Services, West Sussex Community Solutions and Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust.

Delivery

February 2017 – Since construction began in August last year, areas of Crawley Hospital have been undergoing significant development work, including an expanded, separate Clinical Assessment Unit and  brand new ward. This work is now complete and an internal celebration event for staff will be held in March.

 

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penge-clinic

Location: Penge, London
Type of project:
New build GP Practice
Investment:
£4.9m
Contact: Catherine Webster, Senior Construction Manager 

Background

Development of a new, modern healthcare building, comprising of two GP practices and a pharmacy.

Delivery

March 2017 – Works continue to progress well. Removal of the scaffolding will commence once the rood is finished, which will then allow for the wall render to be completed.

Ceilings are nearing completion and latex has been applied to all consulting room floors.  The building now has a power supply and BT have laid the necessary cables.

Guisborough Hospital

Location: Guisborough, South Tees
Type of project:
Redesign and upgrade
Investment:
£4m
Contact: Peter Todd, Principal Construction Manager

Background

NHS Property Services and the South Tees health economy have confirmed the £4 million redevelopment of a new primary care centre on the Guisborough Primary Care Hospital site.

The former Priory ward building will be completely redeveloped as part of the plans, with the current building stripped to its shell and completely rebuilt to provide a modern, health care environment for local people.

Delivery

March 2017 – Local people had the chance to find out more about the major redevelopment on the Guisborough Primary Care Hospital site at an engagement event held in February 2017.

Attendees were able to look at the design proposals for the redevelopment, chat and ask questions of representatives from NHS Property Services, Medical Architecture (designers of the new facility), Kier (construction process), staff from NHS South Tees Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and local NHS provider trusts.

Work is expected to begin on the site in October 2017 and be completed by October 2018.

Location: Strood
Type of project:
Redevelopment
Investment: £3.1m
Contact: Catherine Webster, Senior Construction Manager 

Background

The Strood Child Development Centre (CDC) scheme is a project establishing child services within Medway through the refurbishment and redevelopment of an existing disused school.

The project consists of the purchase of part of the Temple Hill School site from Medway Council to become the new Child Development Centre within the area.

The existing building will be retained but significantly refurbished to provide modern, appropriate clinical facilities for the proposed use.

The refurbishment has been planned with Medway Community Healthcare, a community interest company and main service provider, as well as other users of the service and their carers to ensure efficient use of space within the new building.

Delivery

March 2017 – The majority of the internal partitions are now complete and plastering has been started in rooms where windows are not being replaced.

Roof works and roof insulation continue to progress and the building is now dry, allowing for the internal works to commence.

The scheme is scheduled to complete in May 2017.

Location: Market Harborough, Leicestershire
Type of project: 
New build Treatment Centre
Investment: £7.5m
Contact: Sean Perry, Principal Construction Manager 

Background

Construction of the three-storey St Luke’s Treatment Centre began in November 2015 in a project that will see services relocated from the nearby Market Harborough District Hospital to the new building being built next to the existing St Luke’s Hospital on Leicester Road.

The new facility will be known as St Luke’s Treatment Centre and is part of a project led by East Leicestershire and Rutland Clinical Commissioning Group to integrate  healthcare services. It is being built by Morgan Sindall on behalf of NHS Property Services.

Delivery

March 2017 – Work on the healthcare facility in Market Harborough is complete, with NHS partners on track to welcome the first patients in spring 2017.

Location: North Hykeham, Lincoln
Type of project: 
New build GP Practice
Investment: £2.2m
Contact: Paul Jones, Principal Construction Manager

Background

The new Richmond Medical Centre will be built and owned by NHS Property Services and will become the new home for Richmond Medical Practice, whose current premise is not fit for purpose.

The development  will support the practice and Lincolnshire West CCG in the delivery of the NHS Five Year Forward View and the Lincolnshire Health and Care Strategy

The Centre will provide a modern facility for patients and staff, housing a variety of primary care services over two floors. The building will also be developed in a way that enables further expansion at a future date, if required.

Delivery

February 2017 – Partners recently met on site to mark the start of work on the new facility. Read more at: http://www.property.nhs.uk/north-hykeham-medical-practice-to-get-new-2-2m-home/

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